Water conservation isn’t just something you have to think about in summer, it is important all year round.

 Most people only think about conserving water during the summer, but it’s a problem that persists all year round. In fact, conserving water in the winter is a smart thing you can do to free up your budget for more holiday fun! Learn about the winter water conservation tips that our Belleville plumber has already gone over by reading our last blog. Today, we will be finishing up our blog series with these last few winter water saving tips:

#6. Fix any leaks you may have. 

Fixing a leaky pipe is one of the best and easiest ways to conserve water in your home. Even a small leak can waste a whole lot of water, so if you have noticed a higher-than-average water bill or any other signs of a leak, it’s important that you get the problem fixed by turning to a licensed plumber.

#7. Get your pipes insulated. 

The extreme changes in temperature during the winter months can be hard on your pipes, and if you aren’t careful a cold night could lead to frozen, or possibly even burst, pipes. Luckily, you can protect your pipes with just a little insulation. This job can either be done by a professional plumber or you could do it yourself, either way you’ll save big by avoiding burst and frozen pipes.

Many people resolve themselves to spending more money over the winter, but with a little know-how, you can conserve more water every single month, which translate into more savings. Want to learn more? If so, contact us today!